IT’S all to play for in the finale of Group D as Tottenham, Sporting, Eintracht Frankfurt and Marseille can all progress to the knockout stages.

Spurs sit top of the group on eight points after a controversial 1-1 draw against Sporting last week, with the Portuguese side in second ahead of Frankfurt and Marseille.

Marcus Edwards celebrating against Tottenham in the Champions League

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Marcus Edwards celebrating against Tottenham in the Champions LeagueCredit: Rex
Eintracht Frankfurt celebrate after their match against Marseille

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Eintracht Frankfurt celebrate after their match against MarseilleCredit: Reuters

With Antonio Conte’s side travelling to France, they need just a single point to progress, with Marseille needing a win to qualify.

Sporting and Frankfurt’s qualification could depend on results elsewhere, with both sides going for the win on Tuesday night.

When is Sporting vs Eintracht Frankfurt?

  • The match will take place on Tuesday, November 1.
  • It is scheduled to kick off at 8pm UK time.
  • Sporting play host to the German side at the Jose Alvalade Stadium which can hold 50,095 spectators.
  • In the reverse fixture, Sporting were impressive as they dismantled Frankfurt 3-0.
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What TV channel is Sporting vs Eintracht on and can I live stream it?

  • Sporting vs Eintracht Frankfurt will be broadcast LIVE on BT Sport 7 in the UK.
  • Subscription members of BT Sport can stream the entire action live via the BT Sport website or BT Sport app.

What is the team news?

Pedro Gancalves and Ricardo Esgaio are available for the hosts after serving a suspension against Tottenham.

Daniel Braganca and Luis Neto are set to miss the match through injury as Paulinho and Hidemasa Morita also picked up knocks and will likely miss out.

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For Frankfurt, Tuta will return after serving a suspension himself against Marseille last week.

Christopher Lenz will remain out with a hip injury and Makoto Hasebe will not return after a knee problem.

Ansgar Knauff could return after being bback in training this week and will be hopeful of starting.

Latest odds

  • Sporting to win 11/8
  • Draw 12/5
  • Eintracht Frankfurt to win 2/1

*Odds courtesy of Betfair are correct at time of publication


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